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Pardee Homes' $11.6 Million Payment from Bond Fund Accounts.
Mitigation Fees are collected from the Developers by the City in order to 'mitigate' the impact of the development. Mitigation Fees pay for schools, libraries, roads, fire stations, parks, recycled water, and expansion of sewer plant to accommodate the increased population.
What are the nation’s 10 worst commutes? Two Riverside County cities made the list
If you commute about 70 minutes round-trip every day, you’re in good company with your neighbors in Corona and Moreno Valley. But if you think the traffic time is way longer than normal, you’re also right.
New governor adds to California’s debt
State Sen. Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, whose 23rd District includes Highland, issued the following statement in response to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s state budget proposal for 2019-20:
Art Journal Programs for Teens at Beaumont Library
Art journaling is considered to be a way to practice, experiment, and play with different art forms, but did you know that it also can reduce stress, increase creativity, and help with self-regulation?
College of the Canyons on lockdown after reports of woman with rifle on campus
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. - Reports of a woman with a rifle at the College of the Canyons - Valencia campus prompted the school to go on lockdown. About 2,000 students and 200 faculty members were told to shelter in place.
Beaumont Applies Triple Tax with CFD 2019-1
This post was contributed by a community member. In 2018 the City of Beaumont acquired $130,830,000 in Bond Debt; an $81 Million Sewer Bond and the remaining $72.375 Million was acquired to reimburse Developer Mitigation Fees.
Rock slide disrupts travel on mountain highway
IDYLLWILD - A pile of rocks rolled onto state Route 243 between Idyllwild and Banning this afternoon, disrupting travel but not causing any accidents. The rockslide was reported about 2:50 p.m. near Skyland Ranch, just south of Mellor Ranch Road, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Flooding Possible with Next Round of Rain in Riverside County
Rain showers let up Wednesday across Riverside County, but heavier precipitation was in the forecast during the overnight hours through Thursday, raising the prospect of flash flooding in areas ringing the Cleveland National Forest.
California Bill Would Mandate Full-Day Kindergarten
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Full-day kindergarten could become law in California by 2021. A new bill introduced in the California Assembly to extend kindergarten piggybacks on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s goal to invest $2 billion for early learning.
Some of the Turpin Children Tortured, Starved by Their Parents in Perris Are ‘Not Bitter,’ Their Lawyer Says
Seven adults rescued from their parents’ Perris home after authorities say they endured years of torture are not bitter, their attorney said Wednesday. Jack Osborn, a lawyer who represents seven of David and Louise Turpin’s 13 children, said in an interview on NBC’s “Today” show that his clients wan
I-15 closed by 19-car pileup at Southern California’s Cajon Pass
Nineteen vehicles collided Wednesday morning on a foggy stretch of Interstate 15, forcing the closure of all southbound lines of the freeway near Cajon Pass. The San Bernardino County Fire Department says 35 people suffered minor to moderate injuries in the collisions but that most are declining to
Big-rig collision on 10 Freeway in Redlands causes fuel spill
Two big rigs collided on the 10 Freeway in Redlands on Tuesday, Jan. 15, causing a diesel spill that required four hours to clean up, the Redlands Fire Department said. One person was treated for minor injuries.
Man who died in 60 Freeway crash near Moreno Valley identified as Downey resident
A Downey resident has been identified as the motorist who died Saturday, Jan. 12, in a single-vehicle crash on the 60 Freeway east of Moreno Valley. Miguel Mena, 33, died at 9:13 p.m., about an hour after the 8:15 p.m. crash, the Riverside County Coroner’s Office said.
Banning Police Renew Plea For Help In Search For Accused Murderer
BANNING, CA — Banning police this week renewed their efforts for the public's assistance in finding a man suspected of gunning down two teens in town, killing one of them and paralyzing the other.
Widow of murdered California camper files $90 million lawsuit: report
A California woman, whose husband was fatally shot last year while he was camping with their two daughters at Malibu Creek State Park, filed a $90 million lawsuit against Los Angeles County and the state for what she alleges was their failure to warn the public about a string of shootings in and aro
Moderate rain expected Wednesday in the Inland Empire before heavier rain Thursday
RIVERSIDE — Scattered showers are expected throughout the Inland Empire Wednesday as one storm makes way for a more powerful system expected to sweep into the region Wednesday night as voluntary evacuation orders remain in effect for numerous communities in the Holy Fire burn area due to the potenti
Banning resident sought on assault charges
On Sunday, Jan. 13 shortly after 3:30 p.m., Banning Police Department patrol officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute in the 2500 block of West Nicolet Street. Once officers arrived, it was discovered a felony domestic battery occurred between a man and a woman.
IE Varsity scoreboard: Wednesday, January 16
Varsity results are accepted via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) only. The results must be emailed on the day of the event by 11 p.m. Monday-Saturday. Moreno Valley 3, Rubidoux 1. Goals – Garcia (MV) 1, Ruvalcaba (MV) 1, Perez (MV) 1. Saves – Estrella (MV) 8.
CHP officer injured in San Bernardino chain-reaction crash
A California Highway Patrol officer escaped with minor injuries late Tuesday, Jan. 15, when a vehicle struck his patrol car, pushing it into him and knocking him to the pavement as he investigated an earlier collision in San Bernardino.
Man Accused In Diamond, Electronics Robbery Spree Nabbed In Vegas
INDIO, CA — A man accused in three Riverside County robberies within a single afternoon last summer, culminating in a police pursuit stretching from Cathedral City to Palm Springs, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to felony grand theft charges.